Recently All my weddings have been in clusters 2 or 3 in one weekend then a few weekend breaks. But this weekend just past being the 23rd march i had the 1 wedding. But this one really kicked off my wedding season.
Emma booked myself after she met me at the hawth wedding fayre back in January 2018. I met Emma for her trial at her house and we got on like a house on fire both having son’s of around the same age and also emma studied hair and beauty around the same time as me so lot’s to talk about.
We agreed on a half up half down do because that made Emma feel her most comfortable. Emma also wanted quite natural but a tad enhanced make up to what she normally did on a daily basis.
On the 23rd March i arrived at Highly Manor in balcombe west sussex at 8 am in the morning. I was met by Emma’s step father who kindly helped me up to the bridal suite. Everyone was quite excited and happy. I prepped the brides hair by pin curling it to help set the style and make it last all day. After this i set to and done the 3 bridesmaids and mum’s make up. Whilst my lovely assistant Laura helped by doing the 3 bridesmaids hair and mums hair. Whilst laura finished off i set about doing the brides make up.
On the trial Emma had opted for strip lashes but decided to go for lash extensions for her day that looked fab. For make up i prepped the brides skin using tropic product’s and an urban decay primer. I used Urban decay naked no 1 pallet and Charlotte tillbury for the eyes. Then Airbase airbrush foundation for the foundation a little hi lighter and blush by benefit and an estee lauder pink lipstick. giving emma a lovely natural look with a lovely glow
I then set about finishing off Emma’s hair i took down the pin curls which had set lovely. I then back combed the top to give a bit of height. and attached the hair vine as a tiara as emma did not want anything too big. Emma’s hair took really well and i always find it helps to set and prep the hair first as it makes hair easier to work with and last longer. it really did create the perfect look.
Then came the exciting moment of the bride getting in to her dress and all i can say is wow the dress was just stunning it suited Emma really well and made the whole look come together. once the bride was in her dress and i had attached the veil it was time to leave. It had been the most wonderful morning and everything had gone to plan so well.
I received a lovely review from Emma the next day with a lovely thank you to myself and Laura for helping out on her big day
I would like to wish Emma and her new husband a very happy marriage and wish them well for the future and thanks for letting me be a small part of your big day.
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